week in tv
    • MONDAY, APRIL 11, 2011

    • Posted by: Siobhan Fludder

    This week, Jimmy Fallon and Carson only air reruns, but there are still plenty of musical guests on the other late night programs to entertain you. Most notable may be the Foo Fighters appearance on Tuesday's Letterman, the same day that their new album Wasting Light is released. Since Jessie J hasn't seemed to catch on in the United States with, well, any amount of respect, you can choose to spend your Wednesday watching Robyn on Jimmy Kimmel or The Kills on Conan instead. The week comes to a close with Bright Eyes on Leno's Thursday night show, followed by literally nothing on Friday. It's spring now, guys. The snow is finally gone, so no more excuses; you have to do an activity! Or so television is telling us.

    [Ed. Note: If the television says so, it must be true.]

    Your late night TV schedule for the week:

    MONDAY (4/11): Wiz Khalifa (The Late Show With David Letterman)
    Asking Alexandria (Jimmy Kimmel Live)
    PJ Harvey (Conan)

    TUESDAY (4/12): Foo Fighters (The Late Show With David Letterman)
    Jenny and Johnny (Jimmy Kimmel Live)

    WEDNESDAY (4/13): Alison Krauss and Union Station Featuring Jerry Douglas (The Late Show With David Letterman)
    Jessie J (The Tonight Show with Jay Leno)
    Robyn (Jimmy Kimmel Live)
    The Kills (Conan)

    THURSDAY (4/14): Bright Eyes (The Tonight Show with Jay Leno)
    Queens of the Stone Age (Conan)
    Sum 41 (Lopez Tonight)

    FRIDAY (4/15): GO OUTSIDE
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